Here are some of my favorite free seed catalogs:
- Abundant Life Seeds: Certified organic and biodynamic seeds. OMRI listed fertilizers and pest controls. Out of 2011 Catalogs but get on their list for the 2012 catalogs.
- Bakers Creek Heirloom Seeds: Open-pollinated pure seeds1400 heirloom garden variety from the largest seed grower in the United States. Family owned, the seeds are descended from original 19th century seeds. Jere Gettle and his wife Emilee created an authentic pioneer village called Bakersville.Their most recent project is the restoration and preservation of the Wethersfield, Connecticut landmark, Comstock, Ferre & Company, the oldest continuously operating seed company in New England. The Gettle family is featured prominently in the colorful and interesting catalog.
- Botanical Interests: Family owned. Organic seeds. Guaranteed untreated seed germination.
- Bountiful Gardens: Certified organic. Rare and unusual varieties. Medicinal herbs. Super-nutrition varieties.
- Brent and Becky's Bulbs: Perennial bulbs and seeds.
- Burpee: One of the oldest seed catalogs in the United States. Vegetable, perennial, and organic seeds. Great website with gardening videos and information on growing vegetables.
Enjoy seed catalog artwork? The Smithsonian has an online database of original seed catalog artwork to enjoy. Take a look at them here.
Growing your own vegetables is easy and satisfying. It can also save money by reducing grocery bills and not having to work out at the gym.